• From Paul Thurott's SuperSite for Windows (an excellent site for all Windows stuff) "Actually, .NET is many things, but primarily it's a marketing term for a set of products and technologies that Microsoft is creating to move personal and enterprise computing beyond the PC desktop and into a distributed Internet-based environment. So .NET--which was originally called Next Generation Windows Services (NGWS)--is also a platform, one that Microsoft sees as the successor to Windows. The .NET platform is based on Web services which are, in turn, defined by a language called XML."
  • It is just a framework including Built in Namespaces and the Classes. It is a milestone to making the application Plateform independent and Language Independent.
  • It is collection Services for different types ot applications like windows ,web ,mobile,libraries ,webservices can developed by using technologies.

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